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Clarks Men's Shoes & Boots: Flow Plain Shoes EXPIRED

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Clarks.com has select Clarks Men's Shoes & Boots on sale listed below when you apply promo code SALE40 in cart. Shipping is free on orders $50+, otherwise shipping is $6. Thanks the-press-box

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Clarks.com [clarksusa.com] offers 40% Off Select Men's Shoes listed below when you apply promo code SALE40 at checkout. Shipping is free on orders of $50+

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Clarks used to be really high quality, back when they were actually made in the UK. Now, they're about the same run-of-the-mill quality as all the other shoe brands made in low-cost Asian factories.
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Wasn't able to apply SALE40 to any of the already discounted shoes
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Ecco > Cole Hans = Clark.
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How are Clarks shoes? My only experience I have with dress shoes are Ecco and Cole Hans..
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How are Clarks shoes? My only experience I have with dress shoes are Ecco and Cole Hans..
Compared to those brands, they're going to feel cheaper in quality. That said, I've had a few pairs from Clarks in the past that were comfortable throughout the day and held up well. They're not as comfortable out of the box like Ecco and Cole Haan though, in my opinion.
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Ecco > Cole Hans = Clark.
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Amazing shoes. I've been wearing Clark's all my life. The last pair I bought I wear to work has held up for over a year now. They scuff like any other shoe but the comfort is definitely top notch. I wish I could get something I want out of this deal but all the size 11 black shoes I want are gone. Next time!
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Clarks bushacres at least id consider short term boots, look nice and simple. But scratch and scuff easily which some dont mind. Very thin leather, non existent cushioning. I wouldnt pay more than $40-50 which is fair. They're in that middle ground of boots and dress shoes. Sleek but not chunky and casual looking like a timberland or doc martens. Cheaper but also way less quality
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Wasn't able to apply SALE40 to any of the already discounted shoes
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Dead unless you wear a size 6
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How are Clarks shoes? My only experience I have with dress shoes are Ecco and Cole Hans..
I bought last time and just started wearing them this week. Even from day one, they have been extremely comfortable (IMO).
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Only small sizes left but thanks anyways
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Clarks used to be really high quality, back when they were actually made in the UK. Now, they're about the same run-of-the-mill quality as all the other shoe brands made in low-cost Asian factories.
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Hows thier sizing compared to Say Vans/Adidas?
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I was able to order a size 10.5 in a good looking business casual type shoe. I have had great experience with Clarks in the past.
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